Burna Boy’s recent album, Twice As Tall, has been named the most-streamed Nigerian album on the streaming platform, Spotify, in 2020.
This comes shortly after, the album earned the singer his second Grammy Awards nomination.
The self-acclaimed African Giant secured the number one spot on as the most-streamed Nigerian album on Spotify in 2020 with over 64 million streams to its credit. The rating is for albums that were released in 2020.
According to the streaming platform, in the second place on the chat of most-streamed Nigerian music, this year is Wizkid’s ‘Made In Lagos’, while songstress, Tiwa Savage’s ‘Celia’ comes third.
The Twice As Tall album has American rapper and business mogul, Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, as well as Bose Ogulu, Burna’s mum as its executive producers.
Omah Lay’s Get Lay’d album ranked fourth on the chart with 10 million streams while Adekunle Gold’s, Afropop Vol 1 ranked fifth with 9.6 million streams.
Legendary singer, Tubaba’s Warrior album followed with 9.18 million streams while Fem singer, Davido’s A Better Time album has 9.15 million streams on Spotify.
YBNL artiste, Fireboy’s Apollo album ranked eighth on the chart with 7.93 streams. Also, Kizz Daniel’s King of Love album ranked ninth with 7.69 million streams and Niniola’s Colours&Sound album is the 10th most-streamed album in Nigeria this year with 7.61 million streams.